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Get Me a Lawyer 

Hot-shot, high-stakes, New York City attorney Patty Hewes hires a new associate, the bright, ambitious, but somewhat naive Ellen Parsons, to help her as she tries to ruin billionaire Arthur... See full summary »

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Hot-shot, high-stakes, New York City attorney Patty Hewes hires a new associate, the bright, ambitious, but somewhat naive Ellen Parsons, to help her as she tries to ruin billionaire Arthur Frobisher. Hewes represents a group of employees who are suing Frobisher in a class-action suit after he sold his company, leaving the employees financially devastated. Ellen is unaware that her best friend, Katie Connor, and the younger sister of her fiancé David, is working for Frobisher who is financing her new restaurant opening. Flashing forward eight weeks in the future: David Connor is found murdered, and Ellen, wandering the streets covered in blood, becomes the prime suspect. Written by Anonymous

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The envelope and liquor license that Katie places on the counter behind her, move back and forth down the counter between shots, changing position. See more »

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Detective Dan Williams: Bloody, half naked, wandering the streets at 7:00 A.M.
Susan Marsden: Just your type. You get a name?
Beat Cop: She's not responsive. All we found on her was this.
Detective Dan Williams: [reading bloody business card] "Hollis M. Nye, attorney-at-law." The rest is a mess.
Beat Cop: I guess we know her lawyer.
Detective Dan Williams: Or her John.
Susan Marsden: Or both. You want to get her some clothes?
Susan Marsden: [thinking out loud] Who the hell are you, sweetheart?
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I think I smell a Rat
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I'm Giving It a Shot
9 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This first episode sets everything in motion. A young woman who is in shock, leaves an apartment building. She is covered in blood and is eventually picked up by the police and brought in to be questioned. She is stunned and is saying nothing. We now go back six weeks to an enterprising but somewhat naive college graduate, who is deciding where to ply her trade. She ends up in the camp of the Glen Close character, Patty Hewes. She is confident, smart, and ruthless litigator. She strong arms one guy into settling for 150 million dollars. But now she has an incredibly height profile case. It's a sort of Bernie Madoff case (the man is played by Ted Danson) where her group of clients were taken to the cleaners when they fell for his promises. There are some heavyweight activities when hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake. This first episode implies that Close, herself, is up to no good as the show ends. I'm interested to see if she becomes a positive figure.


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